Androgenetic Alopecia, more commonly known as male pattern baldness, will affect approximately eight out of every 10 American men. Before the age of 55, the vast majority of men notice that their hair is thinner and that their hairlines may have receded.
Some men may not realize right away that they are losing hair: experts report that hair loss is not typically noticeable until about half of a man’s hair is already gone. Before a man begins to go bald, a single hair will grow for a few years, cease to grow for a few months (the “resting phase”) and then fall out.
Continuous hair growth in a pre-balding individual ensures that hair will be periodically replaced, but in a man (or sometimes, a wRead More